posted on Sep, 5 2008 @ 05:14 AM
Originally posted by Dronetek
Originally posted by stikkinikki
I have never considered US Weekly a news source. They are on par with the National Enquirer. However I am sure you will agree that we ought to be
informed about our candidates for government. Just like watching TV, if you don't like the channel then change it. If you don't like what US
Weekly did then don't by the mag and cancel your subscription. nuff said
The problem is that the supposedly respectable media spent a week going at this 24/7, up until today. I haven't seen much mention since Palin laid
the smack down.
Talk about a Smack down. Did you see how Obama was acting on Thursday? I could not believe that we were looking at the same Barack we had come to know
for the last nine months. He was acting so humbled, and all he could say about Palin was that she was not telling the truth about him and what he said
Even Obama's spokesperson was just caught in a huge contradiction from their official position not one week ago. One week ago the Obama campaign
attacked Sarah Palin as being someone who was not ready for, and could not handle insider Washington, D.C., all because she was "only" a
"Small-town Mayor" (Despite her currently being a Governor of Alaska obviously). YET, just yesterday the very same Spokesperson claimed that Sarah
Palin sounded very much like an insider, and would fit right in with the Washington folks. I am certain this was meant as an insult, but considering
the previous weeks attack, it came off as a HUGE compliment.
Since Ronald Reagan I have never seen a politician just come out of the woodwork and lay the opposition upside down, sideways, spin them around, smack
them up like a rag doll, and drag them off a cliff, all with a smile.